CHARLESTOWN — Chariho's Varsity overcame a two-score deficit and handed North Kingstown its first loss of the season, 20-12, in a Rhode Island Preteen youth football league game Sunday.
Chariho (7-1) fell behind, 12-0, in the second quarter, but came back for the win.
Lonnie Perrin scored on a 5-yard run in the third quarter to give Chariho a 14-12 lead. The drive capped a 10-play, 60-yard drive.
Amani Boamah added a 10-yard TD run for the Cowboys in the fourth quarter.
Lucas Corah scored Chariho's first touchdown in the second quarter on a 25-yard run. Boamah kicked the extra point.
Konnor Perrin had a interception and Cobrin Maraia recovered a fumble.
North Kingstown is 7-1. Chariho travels to North Smithfield next week
Stonington Juniors 45, Montville 25
STONINGTON — Max Massengale scored six touchdowns and rushed for more than 300 yards as the Stonington Juniors defeated Montville in a Southern New England Youth Football Conference game Sunday.
Tristian Main and Garrett Lenihan also had conversion runs.
Talan Lyman, Ben Lewis, Ethan Green, Cam Borsher and Ashton Rose played well on the offensive line.
Defensively, Jayse Zaharie recorded a sack and Ethan Green, Ben Lewis and Austin Janeiro each had multiple tackles for a loss. Linebackers Noah Klewin and Wyatt Woodcock led the secondary.
Stonington will play in a season-ending bowl game next weekend.
Chariho Jr. Peewees 7, North Kingstown 6
CHARLESTOWN — Dustin Peno scored on a sweep play and ran in the winning extra point as Chariho prevailed in double overtime.
Peno ran behind the blocking of Michael Newton for the touchdown.
behind the blocking of Michael Newton, and then again on the same play for the extra point.
Defensively, Ezrah Schonrog, Newton, Adchaeu Harris and Riley Finnerty played well to shut down the Jaguars running game.
Schonrog also forced a fumble that Jamie Catanach-Colon recovered.
We improved to 6-1 on the season.
Center Abram Hague had a good game snapping the ball in the mud on a rainy day.
Riley Finnerty rushed for almost 70 yards.
Chariho (6-1) hosts North Smithfield next week.
— Keith Kimberlin